"I have fed the dog."
Translation:Dw i wedi bwydo'r ci.
So 'bwta' is to eat... Can someone explain the different tense conjugations? Is 'bwydo'n' the past tense??
Two different words and meanings:
- bwyta - eating, to eat
- bwydo - feeding, to feed
I'm sure they put this sentence in just to make us say that we'd eaten the dog!
Why did it tell me the correct answer was "Dwi 'di bwydo'r ci" ?? Where does this ~ 'di~ come from??
You may have made some other mistake in the sentence. The contraction 'di is a fairly common informal spoken form of wedi, but it is not usually an accepted answer on the course. An occasional one seems to have crept in.